rulings in favor of the law, and this would be the second one. again, you know, we can also say that there were, you know, there were judges who thought that social security was unconstitutional. ultimately, you know, it was upheld by the supreme court. i just, i don't want us to get bogged down in the, bogged down in this because it's going to be a lot of process stories. there are going to be rulings that go both ways, you know? i think that although this is a clear case of judicial activism, you know, and we can say that we think that judges should defer to people's elected representatives, you know, ultimately we want to be talking about the benefits that we're delivering, you know, for middle class families. and even if we're talking about a court case, i think that, you know, we're serving ourselves ill if we don't make sure that we mention the benefits that are accruing to middle class families because of the aca. >> we have time for, i think, one more question.